And if possible, try to respond to other English speakers with today`s abbreviated answers. Don`t be afraid to make mistakes! Have a good time. Soon, the answers will be more natural. I promise. Jill goes to school at 6:30 a.m., and Sara does. (can`t reduce like that) Very short answers like this are very common for English speakers around the world. We use them every day in language and informal writing. Or it allows us to shorten the second sentence by diverting attention to the specific part of the first sentence (often the phrasing) that we ome in the second sentence. In the language, we use intonation to display the focused part. Two clauses with similar structures can be associated and associated (coordinates). However, if the content is very similar, we tend to shorten the sentence of the verb in the second sentence about the auxiliary (being, doing, having) and also or (neg). Today, I am eight years old.
I`m going to go to a new school, just like my cousin. The new school is open because our old school building was too small for our class. I will have an office and so will my classmates. I don`t need to share a book, nor do I need to share my classmates. We can say, “Me too” and “me neither” to accept statements in the simple preposition. I didn`t want to be uneducated, and neither did my friends. Let`s start with the simple demonstration and I`ll show you what I mean. Bingo – n. an expression that means “Yes, that`s right!” In a usual English statement, the subject is the first and is followed by the verb. The structure is this: I avoid/hate watching this movie, and they do it too. . No one believes me, and he doesn`t.
(nobody, not just anyone, none of them, not one person, almost nobody). . (A sentence with a positive verb and no other negative has a positive polarity.) For example, when I say, “We visited a beautiful beach,” the verb follows us. To agree with this and neither, the choice of verb and temporal form in the answer depends on the initial statement. . Auxiliary verbs help verbs that do things like forming verb forms. You can do, be, have and include others. I can`t help but read this book, and neither can it. How, can`t stop * British spokesmen and spokesmen of other Englishmen make some different answers. I will work hard because I want to have a good training. My cousin will work hard too.
She wants to be a pediatrician, a doctor for children. My mother did not have that opportunity, and neither did my grandmother. I feel happy, and so does my cousin. You just heard Pete say, “Me neither” to agree with Greg`s testimony. Pete says he has no idea what`s going on. “I thought he was dead.” “That`s what I did.” We tend to use me in a current and immediate context. (I, too, am informal.) “I can`t believe my eyes!” (Adverb negative) “Me too.” I can`t wait to open, and they can`t either. Use either after a verb with no: can`t help, can`t wait, can`t stand, can`t stand. .
Jill goes to school at 6:30 a.m. Sara goes to school at 6:30 am See also Adverbians concentrators (only, right, also, etc.), coordinators (and, but, again, etc.) And so / And also and so be. or/ni. Again After mentioning a positive idea or fact, add another positive comment and. also….